The NJ Coalition to End Homelessness executive director visited an encampment in Clifton.
Puerto Rico defaulted this week on the first $400 million of more than $70 billion worth of debt.
Lawmakers heard testimony about programs such as homeless assistance, SNAP and Return Home NJ during a budget hearing.
Atlantic City made a $1.8 million bond payment and will continue to operate.
Ras Baraka led a group of protesters at the Port of Newark for what they say is the denial of jobs to Newark residents.
The Prisoner Reentry Initiative aims to make the transition from jail to community easier.
Gov. Christie gave a speech to the Southern New Jersey Chamber of Commerce in Cherry Hill.
Newark Mayor Baraka blames Christie for the school's budget hole. Christie says it's not his fault schools are failing.
Municipalities have hired a consulting firm to fight the Fair Share Housing Center on affordable housing obligations.
Union members from around New Jersey and politicians gathered at the State House to rally against Verizon.
It’s been five months and 17 games since the YES Network went dark for Comcast customers after a dispute.
More Orthodox Jews have been moving to Jersey City to take advantage of the real estate market there.
A living will is an important document for making health care wishes known and ensure they are carried out.
Junior Achievement of New Jersey trains high school students to teach financial literacy to their younger peers in elementary school.
The Senate Appropriations Committee heard from the DCA commissioner how Atlantic City's financial situation came to be.